…It’s 11:30pm and you’re heading over to a guy’s place to watch a movie. You like him, he likes you. And let’s face it, you guys aren’t naive. You know you’re going to end up sleeping over, and he knows it too. This picture seems pretty natural right? The problem is…when does this girl really know when to say enough is enough?
So that above picture is pretty much my most current “situation.” But boy is this just another one of those typical issues I go through with life. Let’s just say, I just got back to my apartment from a WONDERFUL night with my…friend? (Notice the sarcasm and doubt.) I was on the phone with my friend, and as usual, we were talking about boys.
This guy supposedly admitted many times to me that he really likes me. So why does he keep having to admit this? It’s because I question his actions. Simple as that. We all know the saying, “actions speak louder than words.” He admits he likes me, yet he can’t ever seem to show me any sort of sexual/physical connection, or better yet even kiss me! At one point, he even put his hand on my cheek, leaned in, then REJECTION, he tells me “wait, I’m sorry, I can’t do this.” What a slap in the face. RIDICULOUS. He tells me he wants to kiss me, but has the problem over-analyzing every little situation. He feels our little relationship we have with each other is such wrong timing, so kissing me would make things worse.
In my opinion, and readers…you can be indifferent with me if you like, but I feel that kissing is just kissing. It’s just a natural way of expressing to a man or woman that you like them. There’s nothing wrong with that. Heck, I kiss everyone I like! Men and women! It’s love in this club! Okay, too far. ;-) Any who, to conclude, I came up with this little number…
“HOW COWARDLY ARE YOU?!”
The whole time I slept over, he didn’t try to kiss me at all! College students, in bed, no kissing. ?!?! Yea, I’ll be honest. It’s a little upsetting. If a guy likes a girl, it should be so natural. You would just want to kiss someone. No questions. So when is it time to throw the towel? Well here is where I stand…
“You can continue having fun with anyone you please, just remember to keep telling yourself that you have accepted him/her for who they are. Complaining is out of the picture. You already know you won’t be given the certain attention you want, so don’t expect.”
That’s all with this guy I now refer to as, Confused Boy. Oh yea, if you readers are wondering what’s going on with me and Mr. Vegas…he’s still in the picture. ;-) Until next Picture This…
Live. Laugh. Love.